Developing “Sensation” for ISFPs and ISTPs

When you seek out direct feedback, you have a greater ability to enhance the best parts of you. And in turn, you’ll start seeing the best in others.

The ISFJ “Protector” Personality Type

To get inside the experience of an ISFJ, it’s important to understand their relationship to the world and to time.

The ISFP “Composer” Personality Type

To get inside the experience of an ISFP it’s important to acknowledge how they enter the world and how the world responds back.

Developing Exploration for INFPs and INTPs

INTPs and INFPs: Do you ever have trouble not knowing what action to take? Do you tend to get stuck in a rut, or remain steadfast in your comfort zone?

Developing Accuracy for ENTP and ESTP

If you’re an ENTP or an ESTP, don’t be afraid to get in touch with your inner truth. If you’re worried about losing your sense of freedom, use your Accuracy process to analyze the data behind [...]

When You ALMOST Know Your Personality Type (aka “Between Two Types”)

If you are not familiar with Jungian cognitive functions, please reference “Personality Development Tools: The Car Model” to familiarize yourself with cognitive functions and how they [...]

One of the Biggest Challenges in Personality Development

If you are not familiar with Jungian cognitive functions, please reference “Personality Development Tools: The Car Model” to familiarize yourself with cognitive functions and how they [...]